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THE "WILMINGTON POST
WILMINGTON. N. C, OCTOBER 10, 1869.
BY THE SEA.
Backward and forward under the moon . '
.. Swings the tide in its old time way ; ,r I J ;
Never too late, and never too soon ;
And evening and morning make the day'
Backward andforward over the sands, :
And over the rocks to fall and flow ;
And this wave has touched a dead man's hands,
And tnat one uaa seen a iaee we Know. .
They have sped the good ship on her way,
Or buried her deep from love and light :
But here,4 as they sink at our feet to-day, : r
Ah, who shall distinguish their voices aright ?
For their separate burdens of hope and ' fear
Are blended now in one solemn tone ;
And only this song' of the waves I hear,
Forever and ever, His will be ione.'V
- .. . . . -
5aCJi" alU auu xji m aiuj iu auu xi v,
Swings our life in its weary way ;
Now at its ebb, and now at its flow ;
And evening and morning make the d3y.
Sorrow and comfort, peace and strife,
pain, and rejoicing its moments know ;
How, from the discords of such a life
Shall the clear music flow ? 1
Yet to the ear of Gocl it swells,
And to the blessed round the throne,
Sweeter than chimes of vesper bells,
"Forever and ever His will be done."
Frdit of all descriptions bave yielded
handsomely throughout the whole of the
The wheat crops of Illinois, Michigan,
Iowa, and California has decreased materi
ally from the former averages.
Our Southern wheat surpasses any grown
Xorth this season, in ' appearance anctgood
quality. So says the Agricultural Agent at
Bee7es that are to be ripened off and
marketed this Fall should be early in con-,
dition to sell, and held readv tor shinment
..f thn slinrtpst notir.o . . k
Sorghum is a crop of great importance,
especially with present facilities for work
ing it up. It should be topped, cut up,
stripped and stacked before frost, to be
hauled to the mill and worked .up before
barcl freezing weather. , '
T) 1, ... 1 A l . . 1 1 . . ,1 At,.
pods jeem well matured. . They will cure in
a loft better than in the field, and a few may
be curedjon a barn floor. In the field stack
and thrash" when- dry.
Djg potatoes as soon as ripe, provided
there is not much rot amo g them, in which
casu we juugmcui. jli mej cau ue uug anu
sold before they rot much; well ; it they can
be fed with profit, do so.y Do not put them,
into the cellar to become, a mass of corrup
tion", and make it necessary to 6v6rhall and
tiirow'them away by and by;
Buckwheat is greatly injured by even a
frost. Be prepared to cut and put in
litte cocks or gravels as soon as frost threat
ens. The tops should be gathered and
bound at the top, more to prolong the dry
and to prevent the wind scattering the
grain tuan to maKe me ntue gravel sneu
rain. Many . kernels, half formed when cut,
will fill out at thet expense of the juices of
Grass may be sown alone at this session,
or at-any other. Prepare the ground well,
giving thorough harrowing aud top dress
ing, picking off- the stones ; sow the seed,
and roll. A. bushel of oatsv harrowed in be
fore the grass seed isisown, will afford the
joung plants the protection of a -fine mulch
during winter, ana unless the season is very
muu,?ui De inorougniy aeaa ana out of
the way when spring comes; making good
Live-stock of all kinds require good feed
inar, for they laly on flesh and fat much more
readily in .mildly warm weather .than when
it is colder, in cool weather better than cold,
and when severe weather comes it is almost
impossible to make cattle and hogs hold
their own unless warmly sheltered. Ani-
.maw 114 &uuu uuuuiuou are easily maintained
so unless exposed to great cold,' fori they are
already as if well blanketed. ; Horses and
sheep bear vicissitudes of weather better
than other stoxik if they have enough to eat,
iui liuuuer is? anowea to run down it is
-hard, to get them up again,,
'. If ,a young man wants to get rich by farm"
ing, let him study how to enlarge his ma
nure heap. Feed everything in either the
stable or , barn yard, ' corn fodder and all ;
haulia leaves .from the woods, cut all the'
rubbish before it goes. to' seed and add it to
the manure heap. Add plaster of pans fre
quently this willattract and hold the am
monia, makiner the manure, rich
have any swamp mud on the farm, haul it
out on the bank in VI
. . a uuu.
with it plenty of lime and plaster ; let it lay
. a year or so to sweeten, then apply it as a
top dressing on your grass land.
J,or cat1tkc ould be put in order,
Well monnrn nn !. - i . 1
i . T ' "we, harrowed to a
iae tilth, and the seed sown as early as pos
sible his month. Use any fine, rich, welt
jotted cempost, or fertilizer, containing am
jabnia and phosphoric acid will pay.-Soak-mg
the seeci in a str6ng brine and arying
Jith Blaked lime prevents smut to iedt
Jegree Pickling enables one also to ?kim
Sin. !?Parate many of the : light grains
flatter cart of tho mnnth k . n
S0cnin r u j wuu i usually
S Q 0ctober, as sometimes it makes" too
tho n rowtn- and is smothered thereby in
the CdSe0ftllQ Winte ! much Spends on
T!, , case of Cuba . is moving onward.
SirUlTfr p rnr f.,l, 1 1 A
witl h ' -l ever.v passing day is radiant
ab F0pe' Notwithstanding the unmistak-
1(3 lact that a larrr nnrtinn nf IhalAmpr.
with th en have earnestly : sympathized
PresA tu?)aDS yet the greater part of the
diw "uuer mamtested a remarkable
bavp Tv " ue question, or 11 tney aia
SfTSB t0 say tbey advisea ur gv-
Bn dhere to its rigid position ot
wms off." But we reioice to know that
.,, Uce IS tUminiT nnrl' nna aftor anntHni-
id fh uuuenual journals are throwing
ictin -mask unQer which they have been
Don?l anu arraying themselves openly
Qtne side of justice and liberty. The
NTe v EPrm, one of the ablest papers in
fcuch ?rk State on' Friday says : . ' How
$nepf.lon8er are we to remain passive
C 1 3 .f -the Cuban war passive in the
Vk act helpmg' Spain and mjur
the W The unforthnate inhabitants of
mnitf estionably have the Warm
Jeai-, " fc" x.uiotiv;au peopie. jjor a
Mth - e watched - their .hard struggle
idW fianous solicitude. For a ycarwe
- warmly. refrained from doing what our
hearts prompted, and, at the cost of violating
our. own : feelings and of ' subjectng to tx n-
equal ouruens xnosO' wno are uumiiteaiy
ngntmg in a just- cause, ;we : nave Bcrupn
lously enforced: the neutralityr lawX kHm
much longervwe Tepeat,1 'shall this :attittlde
pe mamiamea f a i ne practical puect ox sucn
position is to cripple L and paralyze uuba.
If Soain and Cuba ; were upon an equal toot
ing we should feel differently. Biit they arq
nor, ana. cannoc oe, witnoui ine recogmuqn,
of belligerency. Cuba has no ! opportuni
ties beyond her own -borders. She can buy
no ships, tihe can recruit no men. , liotn
have1 been attempted, and with both our
Government has interfered. -But; Spain is
not upon the same footing. 5 She can build
gunboats in our ports and sail them thence
without question on the mission of crushing
Cuban aspirations for liberty. I It is well
known that thirty gunboats are now in
process of completion along our coast for
this very purpose.- They will soon be ready
fcu Ban. u permittea to go, vuey jwin iuier
pose another most formidable obstacle in the
way of the Cubans, and yet their depart
ure cannot be prevented, except by recog
nizing the belligerent rights of the , Cubans
and proclaiming neutrality. This will put
Spain and Cuba upon an equal fopting. It
will prevent bpam from buildingi gunboats
in our ports as it prevents Cuba. It will
not declare the United States upon the
side of either, but will enable us to hold a
just balance between them. And why
should not this be done ? Is there; any se
rious objection ? Has not the time come
tor such recognition V i !
With our Albany neighbors that is pre
cisely our idea of "neutrality." j All we
want and ask for Cuba is fair play. It our
Government will do nothing more, why
must it refuse to place the patriots and
their enemies upon an equal footing ? If
Spain is allowed to build a fleet of .war ves
sels right under the very guns of our " forts
and revenue cutters, why, be so extraordina
rily particular about seizing every supposed
Cuban ship that can be found trom the Jtlio
Grande to Passamaquody Bay ? Mr Sum
ner says that they have not established any
port of entry that thsy control no sea port,
ahd'being thus shut in are not entitled: to
the slightest recognition, not even the
crumb of belligerent rights. Have they
ever had a chance to establish such ,a pcrt ?
If Mr. Fish had not been so fearful j of in
curring Spanish wrath (which he has done
notwithstanding all his humilating careful
ness,) we doubt not this diplomatic objec
tion would be a good deal out or date Dy
this time. I
But, despite the hindrances . thrown in
their wray, the1 revolutionists have, at last
succeeded in putting to sea a formidable
fleet, which we doubt not are by this time
in unpleasant proximity to the: bpanisu
cruisers in the neighborhood of Havana.
We hope the State Department will not con
sider that "international courtesy" demands
the pursuit and capture of these vessels as
fugitives from justice. Philadelphia Post.
HAVING DISPOSED OF MY INTEREST
in the Saloon at No. 40 North Water
street to R. F. Eydeu, Esq., I solicit for him
the liberal patronage heretoiore ' bcBtowed on
me. H. A. 13 AUG.
oct 5th 1869. . ' I
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY IN
forms his patrons that he has removed his
to No 40i North1 Water street, where he will be
happy to accommodate his friends and the pub
lic generally with . the choicest LIQUORS and
WINES. ; !
An I- i
; OYSTER -SALOONi
is attached to the Bar where the best of 1
NEW RIVER OYSTERS j
can be had at all times, served up in any style.
Families can. be supplied by the measure by
leaving their orders with '
RUDOLH F. EYDEN.
oct 6 314-3t
UNDERSIGNED HAVING DULY
qualified as administrator on the estate of
VY. H. Sink,, deceased, hereby gives notice to
all persons indebted to said estate to come for
ward and make payment without delay, and to
all persons having claims against said estate to
exhibit the same to the s undersigned on or be
fore the 5th day ot October, A. D., le70, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery.
GEO. D. FLACK, Jun ,
Adm'r of the estate of W. H. Sink dee'd. i
: Wilmington, N. C, Oct 4, 1869. , !
oct I 314-lawCw
HURT HAND IN A NUT-SHELL.
SHORT HAND CAN NOW BE ACQUIRED
, ; IN ONE MONTH. i J ,
This work is an improvement upon the sys
tem used by the reporters of the British j Par
liament. It is divided into seven short and easy
lessons and can be mastered by any one. It is
the greatest production ot tne age., Enclose $ 1
for the complete work. Address J. A. GRAY.
Box 672, N. Y. P. O. !
oct 6 ' 314 tf
lO ISTortli Front St!.,
1 WIL MIN G T O iV, C. ,
FINE BOTTLED LIQUORS, SEGARS,
' OLD ALES, PORTER, &C.
FURNISHED ROOMS BY DAY, OR
. MONTH. :
J. A. CLIFFORD,
J. It. DAVIS, - - - - - Proprietor.
THE ABOVE HOTEL I&THE ONLY' FIRST
CLASS HOUSE in the City of Wilmington,
and offers to travelers every comfort and atten
tion found in the hest houses in the country. II
junelO k. j; 280-tf.
- i ' V -' ' ' ' , 1 ' : !i'- '
THE UNDESIGNED HAVE FITTED UP
the " Hi
No. 1 Granite Row,
in a superior style, where they are prepared to
hours, and supply families with Oysters and
Game in season. 1
They trust their friends will give them a call.
BROCK & WEBB,
oct 22 ; : - 211-tf
i. WORDS OF CHEER.
On the Errors of Youth and the Follies of Acre.
in relation to MARRIAGE and SOCIALEVILS,
ith a helping hand for the erring and unfor
tunate. Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free bf
dharge. Auarcss, uu w auu Aiiouuia x xum t
Box P., Philadejlphia, pa. I
sept 26 8ll-3m.
Kf .1 -irT flli CIV m it s
IIAVHIQ REGEHTLT EULARQED
E NOW OFFER ONE OF THE LARG-
est and best selected stocks of .
LIBRARY and i
i OFFICE FURNITURE
Ever before offered in the State, and at as LOW
miUJa as any estaousnment JSorth or South.
BEDDING AND UPHOLSTERY. I
Onr Bedflinc ant! tmholsterv "np.Tarf.Tnnf ?a
on an Gxtfinslvft sralfi. We TnftTinfArt.Tir Arirv
description of MATTRESSES, and call special
attention to our i
PURE CURLED HAIR MATTRESSES,
which we warrant as represented.
WINDOW SHADES & WALL PAPER
Our Stock is the largest and be&t assorted ever
effered in the city and comprises all the ;
for. the Fall. Trade, being entirely of new designs.
D. A. SIHITH,
Granite Row Buildings,
South Front Street.
THE NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CON
ference of the A. M. E. Zion 1 Church -will
meet In Salisbury on the fourth , Wednesday
(24th) of November 1869 at 10 o'clock A. M. In
Zion Cmirch Rev. Thos. Henderson Pastor.
BISHOP J. J. MOORE
J. W. HOOD,
oct 3 - i 313-4t
HAVE REMOVED MY
AUCpTION AND REAL ES
TATE 'OFFICE I
Over the Store formerly occupied by
A. 2 Johnson & Co.
Auctioneer & Real Estate Broker,
oct 3 313 tf
AUCTIONEER ANDIREAL ESTATE
WILL BUY AND SELL STOCKS, BONDS,
REAL ESTATE and all kinds of Mer
chandise. Also will receive Orders and enter into Con
tracts for the delivery of any amount of BRICKS
and WOOD at the shortest notice.
Office on South Water Street,
Over the Store formerly occupied by A. John
son & Co.
Wilmington High School.
HAVING SECURED THAff DESIRABLE
spacious building in a centTainocation, the
PresbyterianlSession Room, East Bide Front St.;
between Dock and Orange, my School will not,
as heretofore, be limited in numbers.
The th Annual Session will open Monday,
October 6th, 1869.
Circulars at the Book Stores.
Wanted, an a&sistant in the Female Depart
ment to teach Music, French and Drawing.
Address with references,
J. N. HINTON.
oct 3 3i:j-tf
HAS TAKEN AN OFFICE, OPPOSITE THE
Court House, in the rear of Squire Mc
Business promptly attended to.
sept 9 306-tf
THE CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF
the Cape Fear Building Association will be
ready for signature on Tuesday evening next,
(5th instant.) . j
Stockholders are expected to pay their first
installment when theV sign the Constitution.
, I can be found at the Freedmen's Saving Bank'
every evening next week (after Monday,) be
tween the hours of 7h and v o'clock
R. H. HOUSTON,
oct 8 133-at
TEACHERS AND PARENTS ARE RESPECT
fully invited to examine my assortment of
SUHOOL BOOKS and SCHOOL STATIONERY,
which is now very complete.
JOHN D. LOVE.
oct 3d ! - 313-tt
ST. AUGUSTINE NORMAL SCHOOL
f RALEIGH, N. C.
THIS SCHOOL, WHtCH IS ' DESIGNED
for the education of colored , teachers, will
open on Wednesday, September 29th. Appli
cants must be able te read and write and under
stand the four primary rules ol Arithmetic i
Tuition and the use of books will be free to all,
but pupils, who are able, will be required to pay
their board, in whole or in part. Aid will be
given towards boardtfn special cases. Applica
tion, stating age, qualification and pecuniary
ability, should be made to
REV. J. BRINTON SMITH,
sept 19 ' - 309-tf
PURE LEMON SUGAR
UrrUIIS PREPARATION OF LEMON RE
X tains in great perfection the natural fla
vor of the fresh fruit together with its agreeable
acidity. The facility with which a Glass of
Lemonade; may at any time - be made with it,
equaling any that can be. made with the fruit in
Its natural state recommends it to every house
hold and gives it an especial value to ; travelers
and excursionists,, upen land or sea, and to the
sick." " ' ' : .
Twelve cases just In store at 1
AWe V GEORGE MYERS',
r 11 and. 13 Front Street.
CHAS. D.MYERS, Aoxxt.
june 13 21-tI
NOW IS THE )TIMB TO SUBSCRIBE
NEWt YOBK i WEEKIiY
, The People's Fav orite JcrjiiAij
5 r. V.
.The Most Interesting stories
, r Aro always- found in the
NEW K YORK WEEKLY.
i .-.. .
j . At present there are ' .
v; SIX ' OREATl:STORIEfs::
running fhrough its eolumns ; - and at least
One Storr Is Begad. Every Month.
; New Subscribers are thus, sure of having the
commencement of a newt continued story, no
A A. 1 A : 1 1 A. " " "
mauer wnen mey budscxiuo lor ue
NEW YORK i WEEKLYi
Each number, ot the NEW YORK WEEKLY
contains Several Beautifnll Illustrations Double
the Amount of Reading Matter of any paper ol
its class, and the Sketches, Short Stories, Poems,
etc, are by the ablest writers of America and
Europe. j.ne - t
N JBWof YORK I !"; WEEKLY
does not confine its usefulness to amusement,
but publishes a great quantity of really Instruc
tive Matter in the most ' condensed form. The
N. Y. Weekly Departments
have attained a high reputation from their
! Thb Pleasant Pabagbafhs are made uu of
ineconcemraiea wit ana numor or many minds.
The Knowlsdgs Box is Iconfined to useful
information on all manner of subjects.
The News Items give in! the fewest words
the most notable doings all lover the world.
Thb Gossip With Jobre3ponbents contains
answers to inquirers upon all imaginable sub
AN UNRIVALED LITERARY PAPER
IS THB j
NEW YORK WEEKLY.
Each issue contains from! EIGHT to TEN
STORIES and SKETCHES, knd HALF A DOZ
EN POEMS, in ADDITION to she SIX SERIAL
STORIES and the VARIED DEPARTMENTS.
The Terms to Subscribers :
One Year single copy. . ... .!. . . .Three Dollars.
" M our copies (3 50 each)Ten DoUars.
. Eight copies I . .Twenty Dollars'
Those sending $30 for a club ol Eteht. all sent
at one time, will be entitled to a copv pbee.
Getters-tip of clubs can afterwards add .single
copies at $2 50 each.
STREET & bMITH, Proprietors,
No. 55 Fulton Street, N. Y.
aug 16 ' ! 30fi-tf
FORTY THOUSAND CASES OF GOODS
were shipped from our house in One Year,
to iamuics, ciuos, ana merchants, in every part
of the country, from Maine ! to Californiania
amounting in value to over
One Million Dollars.
Our facilities for transacting this immense bus
iness are better than ever before.. We have
agents in all the principal cities to purchase
goods from the Manufacturers, Importers, and
otners, icr uasn, ana oiten at an immense sac
rifice from the original cost ot production.
I Our stock, consists, in part, of the following
Shawls, Blankets, Quilts, Cottons,
Ginshams, Dress Goods. Table Linen.
Towels, Iloisery, Gloves Skirts, Cor
sets, &c. &c
Silver Plated Ware, Spoons Plated on
Nickle Silver, Dessert .Forks, five-bottle
plated Castors, 1 Britannia Ware,
c-lass Ware, Table and 1'ocKet Cutlery)
in great variety. ,1
Jfcllegant Jt rench and German Fancv
Goods, Beautiful Photograph Albums,
the newest and choicest styles 1 in Morocco and
velvet umaings. i
Morrocco Traveling Bags. Handker
chief and Glove Boxes, Ate.
Gold and fluted Jewelry, of the new
est styles, i
We have also made arrangements with some
of i the leading Publishing Houses, that will
enable us to sell the standard arid latest works
of popular authors at about one-half the re&ular
price: such as Bykon, Moobe, Bubns, Me
tost, and Tennyson s Works, in full . Gilt and
Gold Bindings, and hundreds off others.
These and everything else for ?
ONE DOLLAR FOR EACH ARTICLE.
" We do not oiler a single j article of merchan
dise, that can be sold by regular dealers at our
price. We do not ask you' to bu goods from us
unless we can sell them cheaper! than' you can
obtain them in any other way, while the great
er part of our goods are sold at about
One-Half The Regnlajr Rates.
We want grood reliable agents! in every part
of the Country. By employing ybur spare time
to form Clubs and sending us orders, you can
obtain the most liberal commissipns, either in
Casa or Merchandise, and all goods sent by
us willbe'as represented, 'and 'we guarantee
satisfaction to every one' dealing with our
house. . i
Agents should collect ten cents jfrom each cus
tomer and forward to us in advance, for De
scriptive Checks of the goods we Bell.
The holders of the checks haves the privilege
of either purchasing tne article thereon describ
ed, Or of exchanging for any . article mentioned
on our Catalogue, numbering over S50 different
articles, not one of which can be jpurchased in
the usual way for the same money!
The advantages of first sending for Checks are
these: We are constantly buying small lots of
very valuable goods, which are ndt on our cat
alogues, and for which we issue checks till all
are sold, besides, in 1 every - large! club we will
put checks for Watches, Qunri, . Blankets,
Dress Patterns, or some other article of val
ue, giving some members of the club an opportunity
of purchasing an article for about wie quarter oft
us vaiue, , , ;
"In every order amnunting to over $50, ac
companied by the cash,- the Agenk. may retain
$200 and in every order of Over $100, $300 may
be retained to ;
Pay the Express Charges.
This offer is more especially to jassist Agents
in the Western and Southern States, tut is open
to all customers." 1
Agents will be paid ten per centl in Cash or
Merchandise, when they fill up TiiBin entire
club, for which below we give a partial List ot
Commissions: i ' '
For an order of $30, from a club of Thirty,
we will pay the Agent, as commission,- 28 yds.
Brown or Bleeched Sheeting, Good! Dress Pat
ters, Wool Square Shawls, French Cassimer
Pants and Vest Pattern, Fine Large White Coun
terpane, etc-i etc., or $3 00 in Cash.j
For an order of $50, from a club of Fifty,
we will pay the Agent, as commission, 45 yds.
Sheeting. One pair heavy Wool Blankets, Pop
lin Dress Patters, Handsome Wool Square Shawl
Silver-Case Watch, etc., etc., or $5 00 in cash!
For an order of $100, from a Ciub of One
Hundred, we will pay the Ac;ent, as commis
sion, 100 yds. good yard-wide Sheeting, Coin
Silver Hunting Case Watch, Rich Long Wool
Shawl, Suit ol all Wool French: Cassimer, etc.,
etc., or $10 in cash. , j
We do not employ any traveling Agents, and
customers should not pay moneys to persons
purporting to be our agents, unless personally ac
quainted. , .
SEND MONEY "ALWAYS BY REGIS
TERED LETTERS. t
For further particulars send for Catalogues.
l'AKKER & CO.,
98 & 100 Summer St.; Boston, Mass.
sept 23 - 310-wtf -
ON AND AFTER JUNE 1st, ALL VESSELS
from ports south of Cape Fear, vill come to
at the visiting station near Smithvill for inspec--tion.
j "' " '.' s . ...j-,,..
All vessels having had sickness on jboard dur
ing the passage will also come to the station for
examination. Vessels other than the classes
above named will proceed without detention.
Pilots and Masters of vessels will take due no
tice of the above regulations, under penalties by
law provided. ; ' j
.Vy .'.It. CURTIS,
Port of Wilmington. N, C.
Smithville, N. C, May 24tt, 1869. !
May 27; ; I . 76-lawtf
state of north Carolina;
New Hanover County,
? ' ; . Sutebiob Court, ! " I
James G. Burrr Plaintiff, ) 1,1 ' ;
Abraham Av'eill, Defendant. J .-k-m I "" J
IN THIS ACTION THE PLAINTIFF claims
indment asrainst the r! p.f pnrlant. fnr Onn Thon.
sand Dollars with' interest from the fithr- day tt
oeptvuipcr jou47, upuu u mix 01 iixcnange, arawn
by Abraham Weill and Rosenthal, merchants
and partners, trading under the name and style
of A. Weill & Co. , in the I city of Wilmington
upon A. Weill & Co. , of the city of Philadelphia,
in the State of Pennsylyahia, payable to the
order of Finlayson & Bro. one day after sight of
the same.: ' The warrant of attachment is return
able , before the . Clerk of the Superior Court of
New Hanover .County at his office in tie Court
TTnncA In WllmlnortAn.' on thfi 20th rtav nfUnvPrn.
TiAr IRAQ nt which time firtdidace' toaefendftnt 1a
required to appear and ' answer the .'complaint
i PERSON & JTiUSUCH,
1 ; ;. Plaintiffs Attorneys,
sept 16 ' ; 308-law6w
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
New Hanover County, ; i -L 1
";- 3 ; ' Superior Court, 'i ;' l- - 2
James G. Burr,-Plaintiff, ) ''' r "
, . VS. - tri. r ,)V '" ' l
Abraham Weill, Defendant. J ;
IN THIS ACTION ,THE PLAINTIFF claims
judgment against the defendant tor One Thou?
sand dollars with' interest from the 13th day of
September 1869, upon a Bill of Exchange, 'drawn
by Abraham Weill and Rosenthal, mer
chants and partners trading. under the name and
style of A. Weill & Co., in the city of. Wilming
ton, upon A. Weill & Co., of the ; city of Phila
delphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, payable
to the order of Finlayson & Bro?, thirty! days
after date oi the same. Warrant of attachment
is returnable belore the Clerk of the : Superior
Court of New Hanover county at his i office in
the Court House in the city of Wilmington on
the 25th day of November 1869, at which time
and place the defendant Is required to appear
aud answer the complaint tiled in this action.
PJSKSUJM S JTRKHOH,
sept 19 ; S09-law6w
STATE ;iOF NORTH CAROLINA,
New Hanover County, ;
' '' Superior Court. ; - 1
James Q. Burr, Plaintiff, ) , ' . , ,
VS. V., .; '. - '. " - .
Abraham Weill,; Defendant. ) t. . . K
IN THIS ACTION, THE PLAINTIFF CLAIMS
iudffment asrainst the defendant for Fitteen
Hundred Dollars with interest from the 17th day
of September, 1869, upon a-Bill r of Exchange
drawn by Abraham Weill and Rosenthal,.
merchants and partners trading under the name
and style of A. Weill & Co.. iin the -cityi of
Wilmington upon A. Weill & JJo.- qU the . city
of Philadelphia, in . the State ot .Pennsylvania,
payable to the order of Finlayso'n'&f Bro., twenty
days after date of the same. l-. The Warrant 'of
Attachment is returnable before 'the Clerk of
the SuDerior Court of New Hanover County at
his office in the Court House in the City of Wil
mington, on the 25th day of November, 1869t at
which time aud place the defendant is required
to appear and. answer tne complaint niea in una
action. PERSON. & FRENCH,
Plaintiff's Attorneys. ' i
Sept 19 , - 309-law6w
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, i
New Hanover County,
Williams &Murchison, Plaintiffs 1 ' .!
Abaham Weill, Defendant )
IN THIS ACTION THE PLAINTIFFS claims
iudgment against the defendant for Two Hun
dred and Twenty-five dollars with interest from
the 29th day of July 1869, upon a certain bill
of goods sold to said Abraham Weill and!
-Rosenthal. The warrant of attachment is!
returnable before the I Clerk of the Superior
Court of New Hanover county, at his office at1
the Court House in Wilmington on the 20th day:
of November 1869, at which time and place the
defendant is reqnirdd to appear and answer the !
complaint filed in this action.
i Plaintiff's Attorneys.
scDt 16 - . , 308-law6w
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Superior Court. . - '
Finlayson & Bro., Plaintiff,
Abrahan Weill, Defendant,
IN THIS ACTION, THE PLAINTIFF CUUI3
judgment agatnt the defendant for Four Hun
dred and Fifty Dollars, with interest from the
13th day;of September, 1869, upon a Bill of Ex
change, drawn by Abraham Weill and Rosen
thal, merchants and partners trading under the
name and style of A. Weill & Co., in Wilming
ton, upon A. Weill & Co., of the City of Phila
delphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, payable to
their own order, thirty days after- date. The
warrant of attachment is returnable before the
Clerk of the Superior Court of New Hanover.
County, at his office m the Court House In Wil
mington on the 20th day of November, 1869, at
which time and place, the defendant is required
to appear and answer the complaint filed, in this
PERSON & FRENCH,
! Plaintiff Attorneys,
sep 16 808-law6w
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
: New Hanover County,
Firet National Bank
IN THIS ACTION, THE PLAINTIFF Claims
iudgment against : the defendant for ' One
Thousand Dollars, with interest from the 6th
day of aeptemoer, losy, upon a ism oi.jsxcuange
drawn by Abraham Weill and Rosenthal, mer
chants and partners, trading under the name
and style of A. Weill & Co., in the City ot Wil
mington, upon A. Weill & Co., of the City of
Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania, pay
able to tne order of Finlayson & Bro., fifteen
days after the date of 6aid bill. sThe warrant of
attachment, is returnable before the Clerk of the
Superior Court, of New Hanover County at his'
office in the Court House in Wilmington on the
20th day of November, 1869, at which time and
place the defendant is required to appear and an
swer the complaint filed in this action. '
PERSON & FRENCH,
sep 16 " 808-law6w
STATE OF; NORTH CAROLINA,
New Hanover County,
" . Superior Court.
Robert E. Calder, Plaintiff; 1 u V
-; vs. r-zi v;.- y i : ; ; '.
Abraham Weill, Plaintift J , 1
I IN THIS ACTION THE PLAINTIFF claims
judgment against the delendant for Four
Hundred and Fifty Dollars 'with interest from
the llth rday of. September 1869, upon a Promi
sory Note, made by Abraham Weill and - Ros
enthal; merchants and partners, trading under
the name and style of A Weill & Co., in the
city of Wilnungtoni payable to their own order
ten days alter date of the same. , The warrant of
attachment is returnable before the Clerk of the
Superior Court of New Hanover County, at his
office in the Court House in Wilmington, on the
20th day of November 1869, at which, time and
place the defendant is requested to appear and
answer the complaint filed in this action.
. PERSON & FRENCH,
a Plaintiff's Attorneys,
sept 16 - : - i; 308-law6w
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Xm. South America as . missionary, discovered
a 6afe and simple remedy for the cure of Nervous
Weakness, Early Decay, Disease of the Urinary
and Seminal Organs, and the whole train of dis
orders brought on by baneful and vicious habits.
Great numbers have been cured by i this'' noble
remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the
afflicted and unfortunate, I will send the recipe
for preparing and using this medicine, in a
sealed envelope, to anyone who needs it, Free
of Charge. Address,
JOSEPH T. TNMANi.
j Station D. Bible House,
i New York City,
sept 19 809-Gmos
ihm tMm R; R Co
w nr- 1
OmcB Ciiie Ens. Ge, SmTERrsTmrDiHT
sy. 1$ 5rWliaiEiOtO't n; C. 'April 9, 1868,
i ! CHANGE 0BT SCHEDULE.
GU l AND AFTER SUNDAY, the tlth inst
our PASSENGER Trains on this road wil
leave Wilmington at 6:00 A. M. and 10:00 P. M.,
ana arrive ln-tv eiuon ojvo. . ji. ana oioutr, m.
-Leave Weldori at 10:15 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.
Arrive at Wilmington 4:30, A. M. and 7:15 P. M.
The day train will not run on Sundays.
A daily through J freight train will leave Wil
mington (Sundays -excepted) at 3; 00 P. M., for
the accommodation of Truck Farmers. Passen
gers can also get accommodations on said freight
train & &r or QoldtoorV.i Ar,t- Vr,
! 4.31 fcia4v- S. L.FREMONT,
; ro Engineer & Sunt.
C II All Q E - D F : FDEla IIT TD ai r J
WxmisalSs sLDok rJltjoxb Co.. 1
OrriCB CHTEIP ENQ'R ijJD Geh'l 8urT V
WmturefTOB, N, a Mav28.1869. f
ON AND AFTER THE 29th INSTANT THE
freight trains will - rnn , fAiin. . f A.
Wilmington Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
at 1 oock P. M.,; and arrive at Wilmington
same uaysat o o ciock, P. M. i: '
:. u it Hujo 01 Eng'r and Sup't
GimzRAli SuPB3iirrKKDKirr,s Omci, )
WnjOHOTOir, N. C. Auril 10. 1868. f
GNAND AFTER APRIL 11, PASSENGER
Trains 6f this Rnail win mn a fniin
Ing 8chfidule U
Lieave-KLnfravillAJ- i : . iq.ai t vr
Arrve el Fie?cei ..i... 3:55 P. M.
Arnveat .vYiuainjntQn-r..-.-. 9:15 P.M.
' 'ExdHBSS" Train . f rtnn
" X - - vvmmvmj ViVBVil BU iVlCMVV
with tne North Eastern Railroad for Charleston ,
and "Cherafr 'find Hflrllncrtrin Uniimaiirnhri.aMn
-v - m m "g i vu im VUvlQn m
ridrat Klcgsvillewith the South Carolina Rail-
rMu susiaj io wnicn point ears nm through
vnfhfoil thong,. , ;nvi V -, !
II ACCOJUmODATION TRAIN.!
Leave Wilmington daily at . ... . . . 8:05 ip. M.
amYB a Florence.................... 2:40 A v
t S-ViSi wr . A. M.
X' ',,M ,,,''Mt.t.i :wi'.M.
i ; " ' : . . . . . . o:iu a. M.
. Avwiuiuuuauoa .iTain connects i closely ,
Florence with the, Northeasterh. JEtailroad lor
CnarlestOB, a at Kingsville jwithithe South
CarohnaRaiad for Augusta;. .Passengers for
Columbia should take the 4 Lccommodation -Train
't-'-'l , "WJIiLtcRAE,
: ..... -U- - - -J I 1 . o 'i.
ueu tOUDL "
00 Cf. : v 264-tf
V. - . ! J jjfc. A I'l A Alii
9 fiensrer tiJn nn thl& Uma w;ii i... tdh
7 o&r Bff faturdsy at
Arrive at Rockingham same days', it 31 ; '. M.
- Arrive 'ctt Wridesboro Stno- n p iur ,
J Leave-. Wadesbdro (Stage) on - Tuesday,' Thurs
day and Saturday, at 1 P. M. .f . . ... .... .
Leave Rockingham: on Mohflav. Wednesdav
and Fridavat 6:S0 A
Arrive at wumington same days, at 3 P. M.
y--: j'.;;; W. I. EVERETT, .
An uenerat ouperintendent.
inay 10 1 ; . f, iV:..J Cv..;t. 274-tf
OFFICE WM c; & R. R, COMPANY,
" '.. iWiifMp(ftT.ow, Nj' C.J Sept e," "1869.
riHE REOTTT.A'R. AWWTTlT. irovmrKm I
ie Stockholders of this Company will be
ZZiZ 7?? k vuunoiie, on weunesday, the .
20th of October next. ' ?-) ' 1
iransfer Books will be closed on the 20th ' of
September instant. . , ,
.'By order' : r, :' '
1 ; . ; . CALVIN J. COWLES, t
. , Secretary of the Board. -
BePt9 . ; i r ,,sV;law-tm
WILMINGTON' RAILWAY BRIDGE CO. 1
WitsraoToif, NJ C, Septemberth, i869. . J
STEAMBOAT 1 OWNERS AND OTHERS
rr vape x ear aiver, are informed
that the Draw of t.h tfpri tjjj
be habitually open when a White Signal TV day
and aWhiteLightbynlght will be shown up
O W n n Aviv r v M. . . l Mr
unu mo iivcr irom a pomi iu (sixteen) feet
above the centre of the Prawj.0 H ? 1 Tf
i-Tuweuaan is ciosea, to allow thei pas-feSfi7ndira-iip'and
down the river. ,
the Draw is open: and the White Blgnal when it
. All Train "mm . tn a Ml t Kn4v HtM 1 '
and not proceed until the Draw ia known to be
closed. , j Hilton Draw will be closed habitually.
i , II President
pt 9 . : . -M'y V. 806-lm
IRON, r.10UTAItl & 30UTHER
?lngtimday-t.. 5:15 A. M.
Arrive. at Jlorence XYSlMi. 10:82 A. M.
Arrive at KlnMvillii i : : i l . i. p vr
......4t '-.owcou i---.
'( General S uPERrNTENDEJnr' s QrwiCE. )
?t AJMU A TKK, MAT IfiTW TTTV Pia
1 . Is .nowopen ffpr, "business 'fromi Tt-
COLUMBUS, ltillV ;!
Making the QUICKEST ; SAFEST and '
Passengers taking this-i RouteAVOID ONE
voATiuii ur Atus ana 'licijujiis
RIVER TRANSFER , o
and arrive in St.
ILouiss . ;
At TT( TtT?Q dfance 'f any
T XLU UJttOf. i f other Road. -
tT Trains leave Columbus; upon the "arrival
of trains on the Mobile & Ohio Railroad. -
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Coaches
" 1 :On all Night Trains.'
R. W. WATERS, Qen'l Freight Ag't,
w .11 ot. iKUiS, Mo.
W. R. ADLEN, Gea'l Ticket Ag't,
; ! Rf Tnfa Mb.
sept 9 si 806-lm